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this actually, this wednesday, they i it is thursday, right? the first time host faster in the on this thursday. thank you for joining us. i'm james fletcher and i'm reyna harvey in for darya folsom. you know, we've been focused over the past few days. yeah, on mass shootings are still focused on uvalde. >> and again, the rememberance of members. and we'll have more on that coming up in just a moment. before we get there, though, let's get a check of the weather. we've got john standing by with our forecast today. and temperatures beginning to come down a little bit today, john. the yeah. big difference from yesterday. temperatures down from the 90's, even triple digits to just the 70's that are warm us today. a look outside this morning shows you the misty view of coit tower. that's the only view you can really that i have this morning because of the fog that is very dense towards the coast, north bay bay shore through the carquinez slow it down as you're getting outside today, these foggy spots out there definitely blocking out visibility and what a change from the crystal clear skies we had yesterday. once you get
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above the fog, we're not looking at chances of rainfall today. just partly cloudy skies. any big cool down 50's 60's for your current temperatures getting so with the light jackets this time around temperatures this afternoon, you won't need a jacket for it, but a big difference from yesterday. your full breakdown of the forecast. still to come right now. >> john, thank you for that, right. let's get a look at your traffic this morning. we are seeing some pockets of fog out there. take your time as you're driving a 10 minute commute. make it from the maze that fremont street exit. the san mateo bridge heading across a 80 to one o one a little under 13 minute for your drive. there. let's check on the richmond center fell bridge about a 9 minute light commute and the golden gate bridge. 37 to the tolls going to take about 20 minutes for you this morning. >> 5, 0, one is the time and happening today. we're going to remember one year since the mass shooting at the vta railyard in san jose. 9 people were killed after a disgruntled employee opened fire. >> and a few hours employees
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and families of the victims are going to come together for ceremony to honor those that were killed. kron four's will tran is live in san jose with the latest. good, good morning. well, >> good morning, james and rain. a massacre took place approximately 90 minutes from now. one year ago is around 06:30am, in the morning where that disgruntled worker arrived at this location right behind me only lived a few miles from this location. went in there specifically to a union meeting and opened fire on his fellow employees. we do know that family members will be in attendance. i'm sure they're already in route and they will be joined by fellow employees of this location. so light rail, you might have seen a train go right behind me. it's still in service, but obviously today is a day to remember. one year ago, i can't believe how fast time has gone by. but just one year ago, 06:30am, in the morning was shots ring out just down the street from the santa
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clara county sheriff's department, which is located on the same street just a few 100 yards away. they rushed into the location corner. the gunman, the gunman ultimately killed himself. we do expect speakers to be at this morning's memorial service as far as the trauma of all this, i already told you how light rail was shut down for 3 months and the building where the shots it was empty for quite some time as they didn't know what to do with it. a lot of employees, a lot of the work was shifted off campus off the work site and then they decided just about a month ago that it was too traumatic to continue working at that building. and that's why they started demolition. again. the services will begin at around 6.30, this morning. we are respectfully a little bit down the road. just a show you what's going on. we'll zoom in and you can clearly see a lot of the employees and the first responders that looks like because of their uniform. it looks like a lot of the first responders we're
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now showing up to the scene in which we will carry it for you when it happens. back to you guys. >> okay. well, thank you very much. >> we're learning details about what led up to the mass shooting in uvalde texas. texas governor greg abbott says the gunman posted his plans for the attack on social media just minutes before it all happened. yeah. and we also learned that the victims, all of them were killed inside one 4th grade classroom. >> brian m has the latest. >> they should have been celebrating their final days of the school year. but authorities say 19 4th graders on the same class were shot and killed by 18 year-old salvador ramos. they say he barricaded himself in the classroom, killing the children and their 2 teachers after shooting his grandmother in the face. someone who is. >> demented. as it takes to kill little kids. it goes beyond. seems to me a mental health issue with that. that
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is the sheer face of evil itself. texas governor greg abbott says there were warning signs on social media starting 30 minutes before the attack. >> he called them posts a communications person for facebook's parent company says they were direct messages. the first said i'm going to shoot my grandmother. the second i shot my grandmother and ramos. his final message said i'm going to shoot an elementary school. this is the shooter's house behind me. it's just a couple of blocks away from elementary school. you can see the fbi has the road closed off. >> agents have been going in and and neighbors tell us the shooter was recently suspended with he could just like i say he would his so that our >> around, though, says neighbor joseph moreno was interviewed by the fbi today. he says ramos is live with his grandparents since recently after having a falling out
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with his mother. moreno says ramos was bullied because of the way he talked. >> he just >> did they wouldn't accept the way he was? to patients with the he that when the point of being what you need to buy the lips. couldn't we less. i mean, our governor abbott says moreno had no known prior history of mental illness and no known criminal history. >> before committing one of the most deadly school shootings in u.s. history. >> he is one weapon which was an ar 15. using to 23 rounds. >> that was brian entin reporting a u.s. border patrol agent who responded to the shooting went into the school, didn't wait for backup. and that's the person who ended up shooting and killing the gunman. that agent was also shot. but we're told he's going to be ok. >> now, governor abbott says if it wasn't for him, this could have been much worse. you know, so happening
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tonight. >> here locally, the millbrae elementary school district will be holding a vigil to honor the texas shooting victims. it's going to be 7.15 at the caroline shea center courtyard. that's just off of taylor boulevard. the vigil will be open to the public. >> alameda county sheriff's office is making sure that local deputies know what to do if there ever faced with this living nightmare since the 90's. sheriff, hurt as organized active shooter training sessions at local schools in alameda county. he says law enforcement presence in front of schools is important. so parents feel safe. heard begin working on scenarios for deputies to learn in the most life-like simulations to work fast and to identify the shooter from lightning to obstacles. >> once that a shooting took some training for our tactical we want to make sure that our units were ready to respond to those events to us. so trained
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have fast-acting response. with our teams ready to go in and engage and confront the threat immediately. >> the sheriff works with school resource officer programs to make sure response times as fast as possible. when asked, he said arming teachers themselves is a subject for debate, but he believes deputies are best position for active shooter response because they are extensively trained. >> well, some developing news in the north bay. a man is shot by state parole officer in santa rosa this morning. investigators are trying to piece together what led up to the officer having to actually use his gun. a kron four's camila barco actually in the newsroom for us this morning with more on what we're learning this morning. camila. >> yeah, so the sonoma county sheriff's office says that there at the beginning of their investigation. but so far, we know that paramedics rushed one person to the hospital after shots were fired. in a santa rosa neighborhood. now this happened around one 40 yesterday afternoon on la hinch lane in santa rosa. here's a better look at where
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it is. a neighborhood is filled with plenty of homes and it's unclear what led officers to initially respond to this home. but according to the sheriff's office, the shooting involved parole agents from the state department of corrections and rehabilitation. paramedics rushed one man to the hospital and he had to have emergencies, emergency surgery. the sheriff's office says that the man is in critical condition. now, a crime scene tape surrounded that home. evidence markers were placed all around all while investigators gathered there evidence and rayna james, there's no word what led to shots being fired at this home. but the sheriff's office is investigating this. and once we know more, we'll be sure to update you on air and online at kron 4 dot com for now. back to you. thank you for those updates, camila. >> 5, 0, 9 is the time. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news, one bay area district attorney is calling for new gun safety laws across the country. the simple step he says other states can take to
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save lives. so we'll tell you more about that. meanwhile, after the break, president biden is taking new action to change policies regarding policing across the country will have details on that coming up in a live report. and we are seeing conditions today that are much cooler than we have been so far this week. highs only in the 70's for most of the bay area. >> and looking at partly cloudy skies on top of it all. tell you what else to expect as we approach the holiday weekend in your forecast. >> this morning, we're live at chase center where the warriors will play tonight against the mavericks. they're trying to and this series we can get to the nba live with the details coming up.
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>> all right. we're back at 5.13, happening today. the golden state warriors are going to try once again to punch their ticket to the nba finals. and we're rutan. the dubs are now back home to take on the dallas mavericks in game 5 of the western conference. getting that check around 4 sarah stinson live once again inside the chase center where people are going to be screaming their heads off tonight, sarah, trying to get this done. >> yeah. this is where the magic happens. you know, last a couple days ago when we're talking about game 4, we're saying we've got to swear them. well, you know what? we also had to give them 1, 1, will give them one win in this series and now we're going to take it on with home-court advantage. look at this. we're on the court here at chase center, where you can see every seat filled with those bright gold shirt. they say warriors and they say gold blooded. now we're really going to need to step it up to win game 5. thank goodness we have home court advantage. we're going to have this packed with fans cheering on our team and that's going to
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really help. but what we're going to do tonight is really stepping up. we're talking about last game. we saw them as absolutely destroy us. we were able to catch up at the end, but just not enough. i could not believe how many 3 pointers them we're shooting. it was one after the other. i mean, that was their game. you into the other side. the shot, the 3 pointer. and then we went back. we tried our look. but it wasn't an a for us. we're defense was not there and we've got to step it up. we want to win tonight. now we know their game. i mean, that's their game to go to the side to shoot a three-pointer left bloc that 3 pointer. it was about 23 pointers. they shot. and at the end we were down 10 points doesn't seem like a lot. but at times are down. 25 point. so we're going to need to really get our defense up and get that strategy when we're on offense. i think a couple of our players just were not on their a game. and like i said them as needed to win at least one game. but now let's get that series back on and let's take it home. and when this series game 5 tipoff is at 6
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o'clock. and for those of you who are coming tonight, you are a lucky lucky because this is the game not only get shirt like this. you will also get to see this historic game because of this game. when we win, it will bring us into the nba finals and we have not seen that since 2019 and we are thirsty for it. so we're excited again. you can go to thrive city. that's right. in front of chase center. and you saw a last showing you video gets packed out there. it is such a good time. james reyna. we are ready. we got this. i'm sure they went over strategy. i'm sure coach kerr and the teams got this. >> yeah, i have a guarantee that he's going to come out hot and they're not going to let the pressure up at all off all 4 quarters. yeah. chase center is going to be stopping luka. costs. that's the take it. thank you, sarah. they're going to definitely do a great job out. were all given a little magic with our blue shades of blue light blue weekend. yeah, we're more that i i john's got to.
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>> baby blue onto. we're all giving it hints of well, warriors blue and gold morning, john baby blue and the really dark sky blue. and you can see the sky when you head above the fog. that's about the only way you're going to see it right now in san francisco. as you can see this low cloud cover that is streamed on into the bay. this is from sutro tower right here. right above that foggy perspective that is returned across the bay area. we are seeing quite the change from yesterday. big cool down as far as temperatures go and as far as we go this afternoon, no more red flag warnings still want you to consider fire danger specially as we move into memorial day weekend. but we're doing so on a significantly cooler know, feeling much less like some are much more like we're back to spring cold front swinging through yesterday. combine that with some stratus that worked its way up the coastline. we're seeing that in the form of fog in the bay area this morning. that fog is coming along with some spots of drizzle right along the shoreline. just partly cloudy skies for the rest of us.
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tomorrow is going to be a bit clear, but still partly cloudy for your friday and much the same into the weekend, which actually only gets even cooler. today's daytime highs only in the 50's and 60's for san francisco as well as at the coastline. temperatures by the bay shore, mostly into the 60's today, burlingame at 69 degrees. we'll have saying carlos down through mountain view in the 70's south bay. also down from the 90's to just the 70's today. areas like livermore down from 100 degrees to just 78 oakland, berkeley, richmond, you'll be in the 60's this afternoon. concord, down through san ramon, mostly at 72 in antioch are lone spot on the map holding on to 80 degrees tomorrow as temperatures are right around the same as today as well. get even cooler come the weekend highs in the mid 70's of warmest on saturday by sunday. just the low 70's, john, thank you for very cooler weekend. we had this past week. >> if you're traveling into the city this morning may so that fremont's gx across the
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bay bridge will take about 10 minutes to make that drive. let's check on the san mateo bridge heading across towards the won a little under 13 minutes. well out of richmond heading across towards san rafale him to take you about 10 minutes to make that right. and the golden gate bridge. 37 to the tolls. 20 minutes on this thursday morning. >> president biden has signed an executive order to address policing reforms. but this new executive order is limited on what it can do. we've got allies and rhythm own with the latest from dc. >> good morning. president biden felt he had to take the matter into his own hands after congress stalled on the issue of police reform on the two-year anniversary of george floyd's death. president joe biden signed an executive order in an attempt to reform policing practices. >> this executive order deliver the most significant police reform in decades. floyd's family was among those who attended the signing the executive order creates a
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national database to track police misconduct and mandates body-worn cameras. >> it also restricts practices like chokeholds and no-knock warrants. but the order applies mainly to federal officers and agencies and the white house can't for state or local police agencies to comply, though it is looking for ways to use federal funding as incentive. no substitute for legislation, but it is a necessary and long overdue critical step. >> for ohio democrat joyce beatty, the chair of the congressional black caucus applauded the president's lost too many lives. and this is a step of great progress. but when asked about the president's efforts, missouri republican senator josh hawley said he thinks the president's priorities are misplaced. i think that we ought to be helping local law enforcement hire more cops. >> i'd like to see 100,000 new cops on capitol hill. it appears very unlikely that any
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piece of police reform legislation can get the 60 votes. it needs to clear the u.s. senate. >> in washington, alexandra limon. >> 5.20, is the time. and coming up on the kron 4 morning news gas is continuing to rise prices. that is as we head towards the memorial day weekend. we're going to have a breakdown of some tips that will hopefully safety buck or 2 here or there will be right back.
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wage. gas prices all over have been steadily climbing as we get closer to the memorial day weekend. >> you still see people getting gas here on a day-to-day basis. >> a lot of people, i mean, this area have the money to do so and it's not a big deal, but that i definitely myself going to woodside or i would say to go get gas at this point. >> aaa says the national average is 4.59 for a gallon of regular california i just over 6 bucks. san mateo county has the most expensive gas. the average is 6.29 for a gallon of regular. >> and there's only so much we can do really to save money when gas prices are this high. but experts are offering a few tips. firstly, they say that since gas prices tend to spike on fridays, it's often best to fill up your tank midweek. so think about doing that. a tune up before any long trip is also a good idea to make sure that you are as efficient as possible with your engine. make sure your tires are properly inflated. that also will save on a fuel economy at
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some places using cash is cheaper than using a credit card. so that's one option as well. and using an app like gasbuddy can help you find where those lowest prices are. and of course, expect lots of crowds for memorial day weekend, which is expected to be the busiest in 3 years. we'll take a break at 5.26. now coming up on the kron 4 morning news. we are continuing our coverage of the deadly mass shooting in texas. we'll explain the new information. investigators are finding out today. that was quick. and rewarding. i earn 3% cash back at drugstores with chase freedom unlimited.
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and that's exactly - 5.29 is the time we're back here on the kron. 4 morning news. we'll start this half hour with a check of the forecast and we'll get to the headlines here in just half a minute. but i'm looking at live shot behind me. here now is talking to john during the commercial units at all. when i see those low clouds out there, i think nice cool air, which is something i needed to come into the house yesterday. i was so hot over the past few days. know, john, i had all of my fans going. do we still need the fans today? you have the fed. you're going to need the sweater on with that. >> because it is definitely a noticeable cool down big change of pace from middle of summer kind of weather to start of spring kind of stuff quite hour. looking at some foggy conditions out there. got it lit up in some blue and
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gold. it looks like getting ready for the game tonight. you can see at the coastline even right along the bay. we have pockets of lower visibility, fog and low cloud cover making their return to the bay area. sign of that cool stratus pushing in from the coast along with the cold front. that's also dipping on into the region. that's going to keep us consistently cooler for the rest of the week into the holiday weekend. well, into the starting next week, too. now, as far as we go today, temperatures are noticeably cooler. we're off to a mild start, though. 40's 50's and 60's light jacket kind of stuff as we're stepping outside for your thursday right now. john, thank you for that. ok, let's get a look at your traffic this morning. a 10 minute drive as you're traveling. >> into the city across the bay bridge. let's go ahead and also get a look at the san mateo bridge about 13 minutes as you're making your way across towards the peninsula on of richmond, heading across the worse and or failed on a 9 minute drive and the golden gate bridge. 37 to the tolls. 20 minutes on this thursday morning. >> 5.30, is the time and new details are emerging this
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morning about the tragedy in texas. authorities now releasing more details about what led up to that shooting and what the gunman did during the attack. >> they're also growing calls for tighter gun control measures. but the big question remains, will anything change? lauren lyster has the latest for us. >> new photos in details emerging about the young lives brutally taken along with 2 teachers in a massacre at their schools. all being mourned as investigators search for clues into why the shooter went on this rampage and warning signs the only information. >> that was known in advance. was posted by the gunman on facebook. approximately. 30 minutes. >> before reaching the school, facebook reports the messages were private discovered after the fact that texas governor says the 18 year-old wrote i'm going to shoot my grandmother and i'm going to shoot an elementary school. he's accused of doing both the grandfather he lived with
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tells abc news he didn't know his grandson owned guns. he still has a so talking >> we talk about being upset or were >> texas officials revealing chilling detail how the gunman killed 21 people in a single classroom. we did have multiple officers on scene that responded within a moment's notice. and without try to make entry to the school. but at that point, they are at a point of disadvantage because the suspect the shooter had barricade himself inside a classroom for a tease, say he was in the school for one hour of terror before a tactical unit from border patrol shot and killed him. new images show the desperate parents searching for their children there >> and tearful moment says young survivors reunited with family or >> right here.
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>> that was lauren lister reporting as of yesterday, the gunman's grandmother was still listed as critical condition. no word on how she's doing this morning. we're trying to get that update. >> well, we're also learning more about the 21 people killed in tuesday's shooting kron four's dusting lawman has some of their stories. >> even more ellis was a 4th grade teacher. she reportedly died protecting her students. she taught at robb elementary for 17 years. she leaves behind a husband and daughter her co-teacher. irma garcia was also killed in the attack. she's been teaching at the school for 23 years and was a mother of 4 children. jackie kuz heiress and annabel rodriguez were cousins in the same classroom. they're an says jackie, who had her first communion 2 weeks ago with social and outgoing. they are and also said and about was an honor roll student and the 2 cousins were close. there is 4th grader ig's a viewer lopez. his mom had just been
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with her 10 year-old at the school for an awards ceremony. she said he had a smile. she will never forget the youngest victim. 8 year-old use. garcia his grandfather said he was the sweetest little boy. there is also 10 year-old amory joe garza. she just made the honor roll and was a girl scout. her father said my little love is now flying high with the angels above the victim's family should be making their summer vacation plans. instead, they're planning funerals in the newsroom. i'm justine waldman. kron. 4 news. >> well, in light of the shooting, a gun violence prevention package advance to the california senate. 6 bills were presented by 6 democratic lawmakers yesterday, including oakland assembly member buffy wicks who spoke through tears. >> and i think about what we're doing as a nation to how we are failing our communities on this issue. our number one job is to keep our community safe. and we are failing.
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>> the bills advancing to the senate include further restrictions on ghost guns, closing loopholes that allow corporations to manufacture a large number of firearms ensuring proper background checks at gun shows as well as adding additional misdemeanors to the list of crimes for it. a tear your banned from owning firearms. and lastly providing medical reimbursement for violence, prevention services for victims of gun violence. >> well, the texas mass shooting has lawmakers throughout the country calling for stricter gun laws. there's one restrictive law that a local district attorney says is making a big difference is called a red flag law and kron four's. dan kerman explains how it works. >> there may be a bottleneck in congress when it comes to advancing gun safety legislation. but in california and 18 other states, there's already red flag legislation on the books. the gun violence restraining order.
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>> it's i think the da's office or the police department just going in and grabbing guns from someone. there's a judicial process. we go to court and a judge has to decide that there is enough evidence that this person, it's a danger to themselves or others to temporarily remove the firearms. >> santa clara county district attorney jeff rosen says gun violence restraining orders have been very successful. and in a post on his web site, he's encouraging the implementation of red flag laws across the united states. our focus here is reducing the harm that is caused by guns. and so it's not just that we're removing the weapons were also. >> strongly suggesting that that person get mental health treatment and workplace mediation, a drug drug treatment counseling to try to address the underlying issues that they're having. rosen says california's law, which was passed in 2016 is frequently used in santa clara county. this an area that i
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described happened 3 to 4 times every week in our county. most recently, rosen says a gun violence restraining order was obtained or removed. 2 ar 15 assault rifles, ghost guns. hundreds of rounds of ammunition and the anarchist cookbook from a fire construction worker who rosen says was threatening former coworkers. and while rosen admits red flag laws won't stop every mass shooting. >> he says those states that have it need to use it more often. >> the laws are only as effective as law enforcement isn't using them. and so we've been very active in our county and using these laws because we've seen that they can reduce suicides and reduce mass shootings. dan kerman kron, 4 news. >> still ahead on the kron 4 morning news. more and more pallets of baby formula are being shipped around. the u.s. will tell you what lawmakers are doing now to make sure that nationwide shortages. plus the san jose unified
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school district settled a lawsuit centered around assaults. we'll tell you
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during and after school hours. >> these men are in their 50's. they were 10, 9.10, years old when they were abused. this was 40 years ago. this has been happening for too long and it's still happening today. this case is as an example, if it weren't for the change in the law for a b to a team that allowed these men. to come forward, they would still be silenced. >> according to the man's attorney in 1982, thomas was convicted of 4 counts of lewd and lascivious behavior with a child under 14. but the men say that the impact of what was done. will be with them for the rest of their lives. investigators say thomas admitted to having relationships with more than 40 boys. it's 5.41. we'll be right back. ♪ pop it like it's hooooot. pop it like it's hot.♪
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giants a that point and 9 run lead may go on to win by a final of 93. so the giants they're off today. they'll be starting the next up in cincinnati. that will start on friday. meanwhile, the a's there in seattle taking what looking to win the series against the mariners. top of the 6th elvis andrus rocketing one to left and that one go the distance good enough for a home run that gave the a's a three-run lead at that point they would go on to win by final of 42. so oakland with the win, we'll come back home to host the rangers for a four-game series starting tonight. >> well, former forty-niners quarterback colin kaepernick might be one step closer to making a return to the nfl. kaepernick was scheduled to work out with the los vegas raiders. according to espn, the team and kaepernick and not confirm whether or not it happen. raiders owner mark davis said during an interview a few weeks ago that he believes in kaepernick, this will be his first formal workout with an nfl team since
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he last played for san francisco in 2016. kaepernick was x out from the league following that season when he started kneeling during the national anthem to protest racial injustice. >> all right. 5.45 is the time. let's get outside or just a peek over your shoulder at the picture. john's got set up for us. well, looks cool morning jog with a little bit of the hilltops pushing up through that low cloud cover and fog that has made its preturn to the bay guys. big change from yesterday when we had the clear skies really mild start to the morning. we are fairly mild this morning, but definitely not a lot of sunshine making its way into the bay just yet winds mostly from the coastline pushing into the bay allowing that ocean cool there a chance pushed deep into the central valley and a big cool down for us as we work our way through this forecast as this cold front continues to push in, keeping us consistently cool all the way through the rest of the week in your holiday weekend spots of drizzle at
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the coastline today, mostly cloudy skies. you will see partly cloudy skies tomorrow, but some more sunshine peering through those clouds this holiday weekend. expect some snow flurries and some light showers up in the sierra nevada. once you head up there on saturday sunday into monday. so plan around this big change of pace. so we work our way through the remainder of the week, 50's and 60's for san francisco today and some 50's and 60's up the coastline as well. we're going to be in the 60's to 70's for most of her bayshore cities. really nice one in san carlos down through mountain view, south bay temperatures, much more comfortable taking away the 90's saying hello to the 70's again. livermore at 78 today, hayward 70 degrees, oakland up to richmond in the 60's. only one 80. that's you in antioch. and that's going to feel like a dream compared to where you've been santa rosa right at 70 tomorrow's temperatures around the same as today. but look at where we're heading this weekend saturday and sunday only in the low to mid 70's that are very warmest next week does warm eventually back up towards tuesday and
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wednesday. rain. john, thank you for in the roads this morning. if you're traveling into the city right now, looks like the metering lights are on. >> a little under 11 minutes for you as you're traveling into the city. let's get a look at the san mateo bridge heading across towards the peninsula. it's going to take you a little under 30 minutes to make it. richmond center fell bridge about a 9 minute ride still fairly light on this thursday morning. and the golden gate bridge. 37 to the tolls are looking at a 20 minute morning drive the time for you. now, 5.48, and a second shipment of baby formula is on its way to the hospitals and pharmacies and the fda is in the hot seat for not acting quickly enough when a factory that makes baby formula have to shut down. basil, john has more for us. >> the second shipment of overseas baby formula is in the united states. >> is the first and most important way. we nurture our children. first lady doctor jill biden and u.s. surgeon general doctor vivek murthy.
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>> greeted the arrival at dulles international airport. >> i'm here today to say to parents. >> you are alone. we will not rest. i tell every parent has a point they need for their child. the flight from germany delivered more than 100,000 pounds of nestle formula enough to fill a million 8 ounce bottles. these products have met the gold standard for safety that the fda sets and that parents expect. well, the administration continues to address the current shortage. members of congress want to know why the fda didn't react sooner after closing the abbott baby formula factory. why we moved in on all of these things in march and moving towards getting this. >> plant reopened. then we didn't have confidence that they would produce a formula until we control the plan for the consent decree. lawmakers like virginia republican congressman morgan griffith in new york, democratic congresswoman kathleen rice. one solutions to avoid this
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problem in the future. we maybe should look increasing domestic production in on that front. the fda says now the baby formula factory should be ready to reopen in a couple of weeks reporting in washington. i'm basil, john. >> now to the latest on the manhunt for a woman wanted in connection with the death of a bay area cyclist. the u.s. marshal service believes the suspect. kaitlin armstrong flew to new york. police say the san francisco resident anna moriah wilson was shot and killed a week ago while visiting austin, texas for a bike race. they found wilson dead in east austin home with multiple gunshot wounds. investigators say she was allegedly involved in a relationship between armstrong and her boyfriend. police say armstrong's car on surveillance video was outside that home and they question her the very next day after the shooting but didn't immediately issue a warrant for her arrest and they couldn't find her. then shortly after that. so the search continues. we'll be back. time now is five-fifty.
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>> this morning, we're learning more about the moments just before a gunman stormed into a texas elementary school and murdered 19 children and 2 teachers. we'll have the latest from uvalde texas and today the bay area remembers the victims who died one year ago today in a mass shooting at the vta in
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san jose. we're live as a memorial service gets underway this morning. >> from the bay area's local news station. you're watching the kron. 4 morning news at 6. >> good morning. it is 6 o'clock here on the kron. 4 morning news. thank you so much for joining us. i'm james fletcher and i'm reyna harvey in for darya folsom it. he's been a heavy past few days. jane has been yes covering one mass shooting after the next. and we'll have more coverage of that coming up in a moment. we're also following the weather, too, because our extreme hot temperatures have been the main headline in the weather center for the past few days. but it looks like. >> john, those headlines are changing starting today and he has a big change in the weather headline for sure. from the hot to that actual pretty cool. we're looking out there. birds enjoying it right now at the bay bridge. we've got a little bit of cloud cover overhead in a noticeable cool down. we're also in the midst of some foggy spots. visibility is being affected from the north bay down along the coastline. so do expect some patches out there where
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you are going to be running into visibility falling below a mile skies otherwise are dry and temperatures. we'll remain pretty cool right now. we're in the 50's and 60's later today at a very warmest will be rising back into the 70's. i'll be talking about what it's looking like for memorial day weekend. still ahead, john, thank you for that ride. if you are traveling this morning into the city meter lights are on this morning. >> it's going to take about 30 minutes to make it from the maze. 2 that fremont street exit. let's also get a look at the san mateo bridge heading across towards the peninsula. about 13 minutes for your drive. there out of richmond heading across towards sandra fell about 10 minutes for you. so still pretty light. and the golden gate bridge. 37 to the tolls. you're looking at a 20 minute morning ride. >> is the time and happening today. we are remembering one year since the mass shooting at the vta railyard in san jose. that's when 9 people were killed after a disgruntled employee opened fire. >> well, in a few


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